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      Biological sex affects the neurobiology of autism 

      Lai,Meng-Chuan; Lombardo,Michael V.; Suckling,John; Ruigrok,Amber N. V.; Chakrabarti,B.; Ecker,C.; Deoni,Sean C. L.; Craig, Michael C.; Murphy,Declan G. M.; Bullmore,Edward T.; Baron-Cohen,Simon (2013)
      In autism, heterogeneity is the rule rather than the exception. One obvious source of heterogeneity is biological sex. Since autism was first recognized, males with autism have disproportionately skewed research. Females ...
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      A typically rightward cerebral asymmetry in male adults with autism stratifies individuals with and without language delay 

      Floris, Dorothea L.; Lai,Meng-Chuan; Auer, Tibor; Lombardo,Michael V.; Ecker,C.; Chakrabarti,B.; Wheelwright,Sally J.; Bullmore,Edward T.; Murphy,Declan G. M.; Baron-Cohen,Simon; Suckling,John (2016)
      In humans, both language and fine motor skills are associated with left-hemisphere specialization, whereas visuospatial skills are associated with right-hemisphere specialization. Individuals with autism spectrum conditions ...